Thousands of pounds worth of drugs have been recovered in Shetland as part of a pre-planned search activity at four addresses.
Quantities of heroin and cocaine, along with a number of tablets were seized as police officers searched four addresses in Lerwick on Saturday, April 8.
Cash worth more than £12,000 was also recovered during the searches.
A 60-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with the recovery and is due to appear at Lerwick Sheriff Court on Tuesday.
Chief inspector Stuart Clemenson said: “We do not tolerate the supply of drugs and neither should the people of Shetland.
“We are committed to making Shetland a hostile place for anyone intent on bringing harm to our island community.
“Activity such as this is driven by intelligence supplied by local people and I would urge anyone with concerns or information relating to the misuse of drugs to contact Lerwick Police Station by calling 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”